Dear all,

During the last few months, I've been delving deeper and deeper into UFO research and firsthand accounts of visitors from outside our planet.

As a former non-believer, one of the things that made me most skeptical of the UFO phenomenon were the accounts of humanoid ETs. At the time, from an evolutionary standpoint, this seemed simply preposterous.

However, now having done a bit of research, there are simply TOO MANY accounts of these guys from completely far-ranging sources (across time and geographic location, and from normal folks who previously had no interest or belief in UFOs) for it to be a coincidence. There is simply too much overlap.

From a scientific standpoint, it is also seeming less and less preposterous as new evidence comes forward. Of course, our channeled friends have been talking about this sort of stuff for a long time.

One of the most intriguing reported ET races are those completely human-like beings with long, shoulder-length blonde hair and fair skin. I've come across hundred of accounts of these beings, and there are remarkable consistencies in the testimony of witnesses from across the world and the centuries. Accounts go as far back as the 1800s.

Here is one of the best witness accounts on film, from 1954, England:

An interesting, and convincing behavioral analysis of this woman here:

Now, notice her description of the craft shaped like a "Mexican hat".

Another account from 1954 in South America, from an illiterate farmer, describes a similar encounter with blonde ETs and a ship shaped like an "explorer's hat":

Again, in Brazil, 1957, Prof. Joao Guimaraes encountered tall, long-haired blonde ETs in a hat-shaped craft:

Now, if you delve through the mounds of UFO photos from throughout history, a huge variation of shapes and sizes come up. UFOs are if nothing else, extremely diverse. However, you DO keep seeing this "sombrero" shape popping up again and again throughout the 20th century, in America, Asia, Europe, etc...

1932, Ohio:

1942, China: alt text

Many more here:

1952, NJ:

1960, Italy:

1962, Milan:

1966, NJ:

1973, Genoa:

1974, Sweden:

1975, Canada:

1976, Japan:

As well as this amazing VIDEO footage shot in Mexico, August 1997:

Could these be the so-called "aliens that look like us"?

Now, let's take a big leap back several tens of thousands of years.

The following Paleolithic cave art appears in both Spain and France:

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Original source:,Palaeolithic%20UFO-Shapes,FSR69V15N6.pdf

Some channeled sources state these people are actually DESCENDED from us, as part of a breakaway "exodus" from Earth to Pleiades that occurred in ancient times when the Annunaki and other "visitors" were directly involved with humanity. Seems pretty fantastic...but, if these beings are actually REAL, as they seem to be, then it seems a far more likely explanation than the theory that they "evolved" completely independently from us on a separate world, and happened to turn out to look exactly the same as some of our people.

Does anyone have any information? Speculation is fun as well. :)

asked 21 Apr '13, 17:51

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edited 21 Apr '13, 21:20


Really fun question lozenge123 & I appreciate all your research & time. Great question! You said "and happened to turn out to look exactly the same as some of our people." lol . . cause they are some of our "people" Being a dark eyed brunette, I'll stay out of this discussion. Great links & info - looking forward to a lively discussion.

(21 Apr '13, 22:10) ele

@ele - You're very welcome. There have been plenty of sightings of brunette aliens as well, so I'm sure they exist too. :) But those accounts don't have the incredible consistency of detail that the blonde accounts do...the hat-shaped crafts...the aliens wearing white coveralls...the manner of their interaction with humans. So that's why I decided to focus on them. Sociologists have theorized that the blonde ETs are delusions inspired by Nazi ideology...but that seems like an unrealistic...

(22 Apr '13, 10:40) lozenge123

@ele - ...theory, considering that these accounts go back to the 1800s...and plenty of sightings were reported by witnesses who were "people of color" and would have had no reason to sympathize with or fantasize about white supremacist notions. Some skeptics have also suggested the blonde ETs were inspired by George Adamski's UFO "contactee" books (which were probably fraudulent), but Adamski's books don't share the above details...the only aspect they have in common is the blonde hair.

(22 Apr '13, 10:45) lozenge123

You mean Germans? Now that would explain a lot and the ww2. lol

(22 Apr '13, 11:31) CalonLan

Thanks for the add'l info - very interesting & truthfully, I didn't know much about it before. I don't doubt it a bit. Keep it coming & thanks.

(23 Apr '13, 06:55) ele

Perhaps these aliens with long blonde hair and fair skin hang out in singles bars specifically to collect sperm for nefarious purposes?

Sorry, couldn't resist. :)

(23 Apr '13, 07:15) Dollar Bill

@Dollar Bill - I know you meant this as a joke, but according to a former NATO officer, yes, this sort of thing is quite very possibly going on. :)

(24 Apr '13, 10:04) lozenge123

@ele - You are most welcome...will keep it coming as I find it.

(24 Apr '13, 10:04) lozenge123

@Lozenge123 - respectfully, we are ALL multidimensional beings. Almost every description he states could apply to every person.

I am trying to keep this light-hearted, because we all create our realities and mine has a great deal of humor, fun and joy.

And for all we know, the speaker could be one of the male, blonde aliens. Why not? We are all in movies of our own making.

(25 Apr '13, 08:30) Dollar Bill

A woman friend is one of the prominent alien researchers. She was telling me that there were 276 different varieties of aliens living among us. That the worst of these have fish heads and are grey, but they camouflage very well. You could look right at one and not realize his real character.

I asked her how her life was enriched by this belief? She thought for a while and said that she guessed it was not. I feel the same way.

(25 Apr '13, 08:35) Dollar Bill

@Dollar Bill - No need to explain...your humor is always appreciated, as is your wise counsel. Hope I didn't somehow give a contrary impression.

Full disclosure: I myself am a male blonde. :)

My life has been greatly enriched by the knowledge that we are "not alone"...but more specifically, the knowledge that the vast majority of visitors must be benevolent...because if they weren't, they could have taken over or destroyed Earth thousands, or millions, or billions, of years ago...

(25 Apr '13, 12:06) lozenge123

@Dollar Bill - ...The fact that this hasn't happened--and they are still visiting in droves--says wonderfully positive things about the dominant nature of life in the Universe, and even consciousness. The accounts of these ships, the wonders they can do, accounts of alien visitors using telepathy and levitation, just make me think "Wow!" about all of these wonders. And of course there are plenty of wonders right here on Earth, all around us...but the vastness and diversity of it all...

(25 Apr '13, 12:09) lozenge123

@Dollar Bill - ...stretching throughout the entire Universe and across billions of years, is indeed comforting and awe-inspiring.

For me, it takes the focus off of Earth/humanity as being "all important." If humans destroy the Earth and go extinct, it's really not that big a deal to me anymore...although I would obviously prefer that didn't happen. :)

I believe that many of our wars and conflicts occur because people view their culture/ethnicity/nation as being "all important" and so...

(25 Apr '13, 12:19) lozenge123

@Dollar Bill - ...they fight for what they believe is their own survival.

I can speak for my own country...I have heard many of our American politicians and military men voice the opinion that America is the "last best hope" for mankind and the world. That's putting quite a burden on ourselves! And I think that sort of thinking leads us to sometimes do silly things...

(25 Apr '13, 12:19) lozenge123

@Dollar Bill - ...I think this attitude would be much harder to maintain in the light of the knowledge that there are millions, billions of other benevolent, intelligent civilizations out there, far more advanced than we are.

I understand there are many who are indifferent and even fearful regarding the existence of ET life. I can't really relate to that thinking, and can only speculate about why people think that way...but that's okay too! The Universe is certainly big enough for everybody. :)

(25 Apr '13, 12:20) lozenge123

@Lozenge123 - I like your life-filled enjoyment! Always have.

Maybe these benevolent beings come here for vacations.

Maybe we do too. Think about that.

(25 Apr '13, 22:11) Dollar Bill
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This would make an excellent movie! Attack of the blond babes from space.

Jai would say I watched too many 50's and 60's B movies. I liked Chiller, Creature Feature, Uncle Ted's Goul School so I probably did see a movie like this at sometime staring Jayne Mansfield or Mamie van Doren.

There may be evidence of this from a tribe in Austraila. They are born blond with blue eyes. They have a legand of coming to Earth from a star system that went supernova and turned into a black sun. They said yes gravity crushed their solar system.

When our scientist heard this from them, they were very skeptical for these reasons.

1 What does a primitive aboriginal tribe know of space?

2 """""""""" Space travel?

3 """""""""" Black Suns?

4 """""""""" Gravity?

5 """""""""" Solar Systems?

6 """""""""" Space Ships?

They say they come from this star near Sirus. Could they be telling the truth or spinning a yarn for mettlesome scientist that won't leave them alone?

Who knows for sure, it is interesting to ponder.

It blows away Hollywood's dumb blond image! I read that Jayne Mansfield was actually pretty smart. Hey a pun, I wasn't even trying for that! lol


answered 22 Apr '13, 00:02

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Wade Casaldi

♥♥♥ the connection with aboriginal spirituality Wade, i feel sure you're spot on ... +1 point, if i could i would have given you +100

(22 Apr '13, 01:39) ru bis

@ru bis Thanks so much! What I find funny is for some other questions an answer comes pouring through. The answer even makes me think, "Wow amazing, where did that come from?" I post it and it is like totally ignored, like why did I bother.

This reply is why I bother.

Thanks so much.... :-)

(22 Apr '13, 02:56) Wade Casaldi

@Wade Casaldi - Very interesting info, thanks for sharing. This reminds me of the Dogon people from West Africa, whose tradition claimed an ancient link with visitors from Sirius:

Also, regarding "Attack of the blond babes from space" really happened...allegedly. :)

(22 Apr '13, 10:30) lozenge123

@lozenge123 Yes the Dogon tribe, that is them! :-)

Wow this is a case of truth stranger than fiction! It seems a lot more scary in truth although they never killed him when done like some movie. But it makes you wonder if it would be worse to be released to live with that pain and true terror memories for life. No 50s or 60s scifi could come close to this! Wow weird stuff!

(22 Apr '13, 11:41) Wade Casaldi

@wade casaldi - Thanks...this is great info. Especially the last link, which had a lot of stuff I'd never seen before. Makes me want to write a book!

(22 Apr '13, 23:17) lozenge123

You should write a book lozenge123. You have a gift.

(23 Apr '13, 06:56) ele

@Wade Casaldi - I very much appreciate your comments. You have a very interesting mind. Sometimes I read your posts and then go off following links and forget to thank you for bringing in the original idea.

(23 Apr '13, 07:32) Dollar Bill

You have an interesting point about the Dogon. Supposedly they have legends going back 5200 years that they knew Sirius was a double star. A fact that we have only postulated (1930) and photographed (1970)

We collect African artifacts and love the Dogon though authentic pieces are hard to find.

(23 Apr '13, 07:43) Dollar Bill

@Wade Casaldi, @Dollar Bill - For further reading on this topic, I highly recommend the following book...can probably get it through your library system:

(25 Apr '13, 12:24) lozenge123
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Hubert Reeves studies the interactions of energy and matter and in particular how stars are born, transformed, then die. He's investigates the origins of free energy in the universe using the tools of science and delves into the heart of the nucleus of atoms.

Aboriginal spirituality, as does any spiritual activity, investigates and delves into the heart of energy and matter; "Our spirituality is a oneness and an interconnectedness with all that lives and breathes, even with all that does not live or breathe" - Mudrooroo, aboriginal writer.

Art, an expression of spirituality, and science both can be expressed through drawings; the drawings representing the formation of stars as presented by Hubert Reeves and the prehistoric cave art drawings appear to be practically identical and corresponds to the aboriginal legend of coming to earth from a star system.

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In other words science is coming up with explications of the why and how primitive humans conceived such ideas and art forms and it links with the concept of the unmanifested, the absolute, the unmoved mover, the internal star that can be represented by this graph ref; Les Tracés d'Or des Emetteurs Radionics"

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have fun :)


answered 22 Apr '13, 03:24

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ru bis

edited 23 Apr '13, 13:26


@ru bis ... Interesting info, thank you for sharing.

(22 Apr '13, 10:47) lozenge123

The internal star "l'étoile internelle", it represents no less than unmanifested internal unicity - beautiful.

(23 Apr '13, 08:12) ele

In my understanding, not all but many of these experiences were with the Plejarens from Plajares (aka The Pleiades). In some of these experiences, entities that were not Plejaren, but that fit the 'physical' description of tall blondes with blue eyes, are thought-forms manifested temporally into 3rd density Earth by entities within the Orion Empire, much like The Men In Black are manifested, also by entities from within the Orion Empire. In some other experiences, entities that fit this description are psychotronically induced via MILABs.

I know this sounds cryptic, but this part of our challenge.


answered 28 Feb '14, 02:42

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The particular race of ET you are inquiring about are commonly referred to as the Nordics. The live amongst us primarily in the Nordic countries, hence their namesake. When researching Ufology and ET Activity on earth. I would advise you to not draw any absolute conclusions. In other words remain as an objective observer gathering data from as many sources as possible . Look for synchronicity and contradiction. A more complete picture will develop once you begin to work out the complexities inherent to both "interstellar" ET and "inter-dimensional" ET. Focusing on the Hybrid races will bring a greater sense of clarity. Research "The Phoenix Lights" , the massive sighting that occurred in 1997. The first link below deals with your inquiry into the Nordics. The others will introduce you to Bashar, who is channeled by LA resident and film producer Darryl Anka. ( see Bashar website for bio and history) Bashar is from one of the Hybrid races (hybrids share our dna) the Sesani (spelling ?) These links deal specifically with explanations of Various ET races and also how ACTUAL first contact might be made as opposed to historical activities. Bashar IMO is my personal favorite go to source these days, no only for ET Topics. The reason I am more likely to respect Bashar's perspectives on ET (besides being one)is because he is only speaks to the questions he is asked and they cover a wide range of Metaphysical topics, Ufology, interesting perspectives on LOA and a whole slew of other topics. Personally, I have received greater clarification on all areas of Metaphysical studies and much more by listening to Bashars YT vids. and that Is after having researched such topics on an off for the past 30 years. As I advised earlier collect data but avoid drawing conclusions. Unless you feel comfortable with the source. Have fun exploring!


answered 28 Feb '14, 21:50

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@i4cim2b - Thanks for the info! I've actually been a fan of Bashar for a while now.

(02 Mar '14, 15:03) lozenge123
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